CloudSim Framework for Federation of identity management in Cloud Computing
Rohit Shere, Sonika Shrivastava, R.K. Pateriya, ,
Affiliations Department of Computer Science & Engineering, MANIT, Bhopal, 462003, India
:10.22362/ijcert/2017/v4/i6/xxxx [UNDER PROCESS]
Cloud computing is built on several components for managing and making provision of abundant resources to business, on demand. Identity management is the essential element in cloud computing, and it is an inevitable standard security module that keeps away unauthorized users with unintentional interference to the system. The majority of work is being done to enhance this identity management component to overcome current limitations in authentication mechanisms. Federation among different clouds can be helpful in minimizing overhead and cost in overall identity management. Many cloud service providers are present in the industry with their independent identity management, but very few of them supports the federation among themselves to tackle the whole business collapse situation due to any disaster caused by nature. The Federation among these vendors can bring healthy competition in business markets that will lead to boost the confidence of cloud user in cloud computing. In this paper, our research work addresses a framework for researchers in identity management in cloud computing. The framework takes minimal effort and time for creating and simulating test environment for the generalized cloud environment.
Rohit Shere, Sonika Shrivastava, & R.K. Pateriya. (2017). CloudSim Framework for Federation of identity management in Cloud Computing. International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 4(6), 269-276. Retrieved from http://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V4I6011.pdf
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